Holley hauls in most receiving yards since 2017 in CFL
Anchorage’s Caleb Holley stepped into a time machine for the Ottawa Redblacks and delivered his most receiving yards since 2017 in the Canadian Football League.
The fourth-year wide receiver made five receptions and racked up 83 yards in a 21-7 loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in Week 9 of the season.
His 83-yard effort tied for the fourth-most receiving yards in 41 career games in the CFL.
Seven times the 6-foot-4 wideout has surpassed the 80-yard benchmark, but this was his first time doing it in 19 games.
Here is a list of his top CFL games in terms of receiving yards and the year he did it:
Holley, of East High fame, missed last week’s game with an injury and has posted 27 catches for 284 yards and no touchdowns on the year.
Holley – the first Alaskan to play in the CFL in two decades – owns career totals of 136 catches for 1,760 yards and seven TDs. Those are all state records.
The 28-year-old played his first three seasons in the league with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.